The raddest thing just happened on my little roadtrip! Driving through a pretty desolate stretch of SR-58, from the side of the road I saw 4 PCT thru-hikers looking for a hitch. I pulled over and they all tetris-ed into my sedan with their packs. They were heading to Elk Lake to pick up their resupply boxes, which was nearly an hour away. Initially I was going to drop them off at the junction for the road that heads down there, but there were almost no cars out and it was hot and smoky so I took them the whole way. We got to chatting and they are the sweetest bunch of hikers a girl could ever hope to pick up from the middle of nowhere. When I told them I was heading for Crater Lake to celebrate my birthday they bought me a birthday ice cream! Then when they found out their resupplies didn't show up, I bought them a round of drinks to help soothe. I finished off my ice cream, gave hugs goodbye, and continued on my way. Happy Trails to Quick Draw, Rapunzel, The Machine, and Yukon! May your continued trek to Canada be as wonderful as y'all. ♡
One of the days to remember when being away from my family, back in the US. Starting the morning with a long walk with the dog and some outdoor yoga while granny and dad had their coffe watching me and then I both got to go to one of my favorite places in Skåne (Very south of Sweden)- Bosjö kloster (nunnery, founded in 1080 by the Benedictine Order), having lunch with granny and dad. And then Hiking in the afternoon with my cousin @sarisco and friend Anna in a beautiful leaf forest, very characteristic for this part of Swe where we could drink water straight from the mountain water- so clear and tasty! I hope Sweden will keep being a clean and progressive environmental country! I’ve seen close up what all the pollution does to the US with to many cars and industries not taking care of the nature. .
And sweaty but happy I went straight to have dinner with one of my oldest friends Fredrik and his girlfriend Sara. And as a great final I got to play cards (canasta) with granny. Love love love this!! #family 🙌🏽❤️❤️😍🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🇸🇪🇸🇪
“People who love to eat are always the best people” -Anonymous —-
seriously though, if i could have one superpower, it wouldn’t be flying or laser eyes or even teleporting. It would DEF be the ability to eat whatever I want and it basically turn to broccoli in my body lol that way I can eat and it still be healthy! —-
But seeing as how I do not have that superpower, instead i need to re-get serious about eating healthy!! While I’ve been doing this 6 week bootcamp, I’ve pretty much been eating whatever I want! But since that ends tomorrow, it’s time to get serious again! Lol
That’s why one monday we are committing to Paleo! It was around this time before our wedding that we switched to Paleo, and I lost 25 pounds without working out, and just felt super clean! So I’ve made our meal plan, and we are looking forward to #mealprep on Sunday!
So tell us, if there was one food that you could choose to magically turn to something healthy after you’ve eaten it, what would it be? For me...probably pizza! 😍🍕😍🍕
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